Connexis Cloud Case Management
Our “Data Driven” system ensures you have all the tools you need to strengthen your program and improve client outcomes
Group & Individual Sessions: Treatment providers and court members can utilize our private, embedded video tool, to schedule, manage sessions, record notes and progress
Private Two-way Messaging & Document Management: Team members can send, track, and confirm client communications, and request, manage, and distribute documents
Mobile Client Check-in: Team members can monitor and confirm a client’s whereabouts at any time with GPS, photo validation, and two-way messaging and videos
Contact-Free Mobile Inspection: Surveillance officers can inspect a client’s home, work, school situations using GPS, photo, video, and voice recognition technology
Drug Test Scheduling & Randomization: Clients scheduled by phase-required frequency and receive daily drug test reporting notifications. Fully integrates with Connexis Lab
Connexis Cloud Case Education Center
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Improving Program & Client Outcomes with Connexis Clouds Data Driven Architecture and Digital Connectivity
The great state of Georgia, the CACJ and Metrics and Measures Subcommittee (MMS), has created a Data Driven Award to reward programs who fully utilize data to improve program and participant outcomes. Connexis Cloud is proud to be a partner in this amazing accomplishment
Congratulations to the Northeastern Judicial Circuit Accountability Courts a Connexis Cloud family member!
The 2020 winner, and recipient of an up to $15,000 subaward grant to be used for a program evaluation, Northeastern Judicial Circuit Accountability Courts, including: Dawson County Treatment Court (Drug/DUI), Dawson County HELP Court, Dawson County Family Treatment Court, Hall County Adult Drug Court, Hall County HELP Court, Hall County Veterans Treatment Court, Hall County Family Treatment Court, Hall County DUI Court, and the Hall County PAC Court. The presiding judges of Northeastern’s accountability courts are Judge Larry Baldwin, Judge Clint Bearden, Judge Jason Deal, Chief Judge Kathy Gosselin, Judge Bonnie Oliver, and Judge Alison Toller
- Northeastern’s data collection efforts are very thorough. All their courts use Connexis Cloud, and all team members have access to Connexis Cloud. All staff are formally trained using the CACJ reporting manual, Connexis Cloud Education Center training videos, and Data Collection and User Guide that was developed by the court.
- At any time, they are tracking data anywhere from 450-500 participants in the Northeastern Circuit. The program has gone paperless and just uses Connexis Cloud.
- They are constantly analyzing their data. They have analyzed the effectiveness of their Young Adult track sanction matrix. From the data, they realized some sanctions were not resulting in behavior modification, so changes were made to their sanction matrix at a policy meeting. They have also used data analysis to reduce the amount of jail sanctions. They use Connexis Cloud to analyze demographic information to decide which evidence-based interventions are needed for each demographic.
- The Director composes a “Treatment Services Annual Report” which summarizes stats, financial data, and program achievements. The report is shared with stakeholders. The report includes cost wavering for each program. By sharing the report with stakeholders, they have garnered more trust and support from their community.
Congratulations to Cobb County Family Treatment Court the 2021 Data Driven Award Winner and a Connexis Cloud family member!
Watch this great video on how Jennifer transformed COBB FTC from paper based to automated data driven!
2021 Data Driven Award Winner The 2021 winner, and recipient of an up to $15,000 subaward grant to be used for a program evaluation, was the Cobb County Family Treatment Court. Cobb County FTC is fully utilizing the Connexis Cloud case management system. All team members enter data into the system (including treatment providers and surveillance) on a daily basis. Connexis Case is integrated with Cobbs' lab, so all lab reports and screen results are directly transferred into the system. The team utilizes reports for providing breakdown of phases, home surveillance lists, staffing reports, sanctions/incentive, random drug screens, etc. Data are used to inform the Cobb Annual Report with specific FTC highlights. Jennifer Tillery, Cobb FTC Director, notes, “The Cobb FTC enjoys incredible support from the Cobb Board of Commissioners, Court Administration, and the judiciary due to the impressive data that can be provided through these reports.” She added that the program has received financial support from Restoring Lives Alliance, a local 501c3, by sharing data regarding parent participation, children served, permanency data, participant progress, and graduation rates. The Cobb FTC team meets twice a year to review program data and outcomes, and to evaluate the efficacy of the program to make changes as needed. Data have informed important programmatic changes, like phase requirements, drug screen randomizer, timelines from application date to entry into phase one, treatment hours, and mediation assisted treatment. The program reported data is one of the most important reasons why Cobb FTC has a record of success both within the court and the community.